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Poster: Administrator, Curator, or Staffbrewster Date: Feb 4, 2010 5:33pm
Forum: cornell Subject: Cornell puts 70k books on the Internet Archive December 27, 2009


http://www.archive.org/iathreads/post-view.php?id=283343

Thank you, Cornell!

-brewster

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Poster: bobshannon59 Date: Mar 11, 2010 7:26am
Forum: cornell Subject: Re: Cornell puts 70k books on the Internet Archive December 27, 2009

I fully agree. What a wonderful resource!

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Poster: Wildflowers Lover Date: Apr 12, 2010 8:26am
Forum: cornell Subject: Re: Cornell puts 70k books on the Internet Archive December 27, 2009

I fully agree. I've spent hours & hours d'loading here for genealogical purposes & gardening interests. Thanks to both Cornell & LOC for making this possible. Still trying to get use to searching these great sources.

I'm in search of a book now that I can't find at google or here. Have only seen it available at used book sites.
It is titled "What Men from Europe Brought to America" by Marion G. Clark & Wilbur Fisk Gordy, Charles Scribner's Sons publisher, 1929.

Thanks,

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Poster: kpuma456 Date: May 2, 2010 5:28pm
Forum: cornell Subject: Re: Cornell puts 70k books on the Internet Archive December 27, 2009

GenLinks,
I was brought to this site because I recently acquired a copy of What Men from Europe Brought to America. I was looking to see actually what the book was worth. It is a little worn and unfortunately isn't going to help me retire :) but I can get a few buckd for it. Is this something you are still interested?

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Poster: Wildflowers Lover Date: May 13, 2010 9:23pm
Forum: cornell Subject: Re: Cornell puts 70k books on the Internet Archive December 27, 2009

Hi. I would very much like to see the book here. I have a hard copy of it as well, but have nieces & nephew who are home-schooled & have been all of their lives. I thought it would make a great history book for them.

Thanks again

GenLinksLady